Home | Contact Us | Staff | Feedback | Submissions | Travel Conditions | Video
An image.
  • Even with millions of dollars worth of farm equipment to its name and with more farmland in Greene County than any other entity, Scranton-based Hunter Farms is apparently no more of a real farming operation than Hillshire Farm or Pepperidge Farm.
  • Protective order sought for sex-abuse victim
    A 30-year-old Westside man should be forbidden from having contact with the child he is accused of sexually abusing while his felony charges are pending, an advocate for the alleged victim says.
  • Naked chimney man pleads guilty
    A 29-year-old Carroll man has pleaded guilty to trespassing for his allegedly botched game of hide-and-seek in May when he was trapped naked in a business’ chimney.
  • Restaurant owner accused of arson asks for free attorney
    The 53-year-old Ankeny man accused of torching his Pizza Ranch restaurant in Jefferson in January has asked a judge to appoint a state-paid attorney to defend him in court, according to court records.
  • Carroll  anti-government activist faces harassment charges in Des Moines
    In an online video titled “The End of America and the World,” Christopher Bruce shouts a warning to the American people to stock up on food, water and cigarettes.
  • Woman claims she was fired because of disability
    A former New Opportunities employee who was severely injured in a crash while she was working was wrongly fired because of disabilities she has from the crash, the employee alleges in a civil rights complaint.
  • A 25-year-old former Glidden man must pay about $17,500 to a young woman whom he accidentally shot in a struggle in 2012 when he was contemplating suicide, a jury decided last week.
  • Attempted murder suspect destroys jail security camera, pulls fire alarm
    The 36-year-old Carroll man accused in February of attempting to kill another man in a jealous rage is a frequent methamphetamine user who destroyed a video surveillance camera in his jail cell a week after his arrest, according to court records.
  • Defense rests in Crisp murder trial
    Freddy Crisp claimed he saved his own life when he shot Dale Potter when he testified in his own defense on Thursday.
  • Man to plead guilty for threats to harm co-workers
    The 20-year-old Lake City man who was arrested in January for allegedly threatening to harm or kill his co-workers at a skilled-care nursing home is expected to plead guilty to two harassment charges on Monday.
  • Judge bars public from juvenile rape trial
    Reporters and other members of the public cannot attend the rape trial of a Greene County High School basketball star, a judge decided last week.
  • ‘Two people died that night’

    Freddy Crisp hugged his children — one at a time — and cried after a jury of 12 decided he was guilty of first-degree murder for killing his friend.

  • ‘His stories defy common sense’
    The lead prosecutor in Freddy Crisp’s murder trial said the man lied multiple times to investigators — and on Thursday, to jurors — about what led him to shoot a North Dakota man in November as they argued in a pickup truck.
  • Crisp changed his story of the shooting
    Freddy Crisp first claimed that his militia friend from North Dakota was suicidal, and Crisp tried to wrestle a handgun away from him when it fired a bullet through the man’s brain in November.
  • Murder suspect claims man threatened his daughters
    A North Dakota militiaman talked of raping Freddy Crisp’s daughters before Crisp pulled a handgun, pointed it behind the left ear of the man and pulled its trigger in November, a defense attorney for Crisp said today at his murder trial.
search sponsored by

  • E-Edition
  • Subscription
  • Buy Prints
  • Submit
  • Historical Archive
  • Video
Home | Contact Us | News | Sports | Opinion | Obits | Calendar | Classifieds | Advertiser | Privacy Policy
Content © 2016 Daily Times Herald
Software © 1998-2016 1up! Software, All Rights Reserved